PARD TS Thermal Scope
All Models have a Laser Range Finder BUILT INTO the body for the FULL BALLISTICS
100mm of Eye Relief (Nothing else comes close)
We ONLY recommend buying LRF models - read below for why
Due End of May
The new TS31 LRF has a traditional day scope exterior, but it is a thermal scope with cutting-edge technology. Stay one step ahead of the competition by being the first to use a new 800 x 800 Circular LTPS display. This results in a more natural view compared to normal day scopes
You will appreciate the 100mm eye relief for a better shooting position
With a full ballistics calculator and a Laser Rangefinder you can accurately place your shot
100mm Eye Relief
Optical Magnification - 3x or 4x
Circular Screen - Natural view - World First
Centre Reticle Position
- 1000m Laser Rangefinder *
30mm Tube Design - Use any rings - no picatinny rail required
The first 4 items are huge
The eye relief is like a traditional day scope
- Ballistics - At Night this is gold
The focus free takes care of most of your focusing requirements
The circular View eye piece is a world first
these are patented items
This is one of the MOST useful aspects of a thermal Scope
We recommend that you ONLY buy a Thermal Scope with an LRF
We so much follow this that we actually DON'T bring in Thermal Scopes without the LRF, oh and you would only save about $200 as well
Ballistics are a HUGE Benefit at night
Wondering if a 640 core (from any brand) version is worth the extra money, No and Yes
No if the magnification isn't enough - using the digital zoom (2x) just takes you to pretty much the same level as a 384 optically for a LOT more money
Yes if you want the Field and View and the same effective magnification as a 384 in the distance and the optical magnification level is fine for your purposes (remember they are nearly half the optical magnification of a 384)
- 1 x 18650 Battery
- 1 x 30mm Ring Set
- Battery Charger
* Range is maximum on reflective targets, reduces with environmental and light conditions. My big brand LRF Binos are rated to 3200 yards, but the manual states 2000 yards on trees and 1300 yards on animals.
Experience in Night Vision
PARD’s New Zealand (and Australian) Distributor is Owl Optics, who are a Night Vision specialist based in Whangarei.
We (Owl Optics) have been operating in this field for over 13 years and have supplied Professional users, Search and Rescue Personal and various Government Departments both here in New Zealand and Australia with Night Vision, SAR and Communications equipment.
It was only after we tested and verified PARD’s devices that Owl Optics decided to become the distributor as they met our standards.
Local Backup and Support
Backup and support is important for us and a requirement for our other work – It should also be a concern for yourself before investing in Night Vision equipment.
We have pre-tested every device before if is shipped out AND we have our own techs who can repair the units without them being sent back to the Factory with a quick turn around time. Months of waiting time are not acceptable to us in all but extreme cases; you should ask about other brands regarding this and their local support
Talk to a Expert
We are available most days of the week, we support our dealers based around the country and are very happy to talk to you before and after your purchase and to discuss your needs
We Own the Night
Have a look at just some of the gear we use - yeah we actually use and test everything properly - its what we do and makes use good at what we do - for over 13 years
384 VS 640 CORES
Wondering if a 640 core (from any brand) version is worth the extra money, Yes and No
The SA runs on a 18650 Battery.
You shouldn’t have to rely on an internal Battery
WHAT IS NETD
With a NETD of <25mK the TA series produces excellent images with great Contrast; others may have 35 or 40, even 50.
PIXELS .12 OR .17
he Pixels are now .12u apart, that’s a improvement from the older .17u standard that was common – the smaller distance produces more detail
DETECTION RANGES (DRI)
Learn About what is meant by a Detection Range and see why you shouldn't use it